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FS2004 DeHavilland Vampire T. Mk.55

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FS2004 DeHavilland Vampire T. Mk.55. The De Havilland Vampire was the aircraft that brought the South African Air Force into the jet age. It came into service in South Africa in 1950 and served as front-line fighters until 1956. They were then used as trainers until 1972. Although a few examples are still flying in South Africa, they have been retired from active duty. Static examples can be seen in the SAAF museum. A variety of models were produced, including this twin-seater (side-by-side) T. Mk.55 trainer. This aircraft (Nr. 277) is still flying, operated by the South African Air Force Museum in Pretoria. By Vasco Ferreira.

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